Christmas Science!

Ms. Holli Rossi's class made Christmas trees out of baking soda and water. They put the trees in the freezer overnight, and then used vinegar to squirt on the trees and watched it melt! What a great way to learn about states of matter!

H-in-H Helps Needy

Hand-In-Hand Primary School provided Christmas presents to 100 needy children through our local Salvation Army's Angel Tree program.  Pictured with Scott Reardon from the Salvation Army are: (left to right) Ashley Sellers, Hand-in-Hand counselor, and students Colton, Kenneth, Ty’Niria, Christopher, Kaylen, and Laney, with Hand-in-Hand's principal, Jeanna Mayhall.

Winter Festival Fun!

Marques receives a Christmas tattoo at Hand-in-Hand's Winter Family Fun Day held on December 6th. Students also enjoyed taking a hay ride, having breakfast with Santa, reading with an elf, sipping hot chocolate, riding tricycles, and playing in the bouncy houses.

Hand-in-Hand students flocked to make fun crafts at the Winter Family Fun Day!  Pictured above are Alexander and Jasper creating an ornament. 

Student-Led Conferences Held

Timmy is pictured above reading to his mother at Hand-in-Hand's recent
student-led conference night.  His kindergarten teacher (shown at left) is Ms. Angie Manning. Student-led conferences are held twice a year at Hand-in-Hand and allow students to showcase their budding talents to their parents.

March of the Cans!

Drake, Tucker, and Armonei were among the many, many children who donated 1,941 cans today during our annual March of the Cans.  The whole student body marched to the front lobby carrying cans they had brought to donate to the Thomas County Food Bank. 

Angie Manning’s class was the top collection winner, donating 158 cans.

Elizabeth Johnson’s class was the 2nd place collection winner. The class donated 151 cans.  Way to go!

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